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My husband and I are visiting friends in a ski resort next year. I won’t be doing any skiing, snowboard etc but he wants to have a go. Should we buy separate individual travel insurance cover with his including winter sports cover and mine being a standard policy?

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  • leylandsunaddictleylandsunaddict Forumite
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    With a lot of policies it's an optional add on, so you can just add it for the one person.
  • GangaGanga Forumite
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    My husband and I are visiting friends in a ski resort next year. I won’t be doing any skiing, snowboard etc but he wants to have a go. Should we buy separate individual travel insurance cover with his including winter sports cover and mine being a standard policy?

    Would you still be covered if you slipped on the ice when you were watching the other half skiing?:rotfl:
    ITS NOT EASY TO GET EVERYTHING WRONG ,I HAVE TO WORK HARD TO DO IT!
  • jimbo6977jimbo6977 Forumite
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    More seriously, would YOU be covered for over-stay accommodation and re-arranged travel if your other half got hospitalised or refused permission to fly and you had to stay on and/or travel home by unanticipated means.
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